If you're like us, ringing in 2010 left you with aching feet and a bit of guilt over the endless glasses of Champagne. Whether you resolve to hit the gym regularly or give the sky-high heels a rest, our latest Shop-A-Matic offers up 115 pairs of sneakers that can go from the treadmill to the pavement. We hunted down high-tech trainers for the hard-core fitness buffs and laid-back kicks for running weekend errands. Plus, we asked the sneakerheads over at Freshness to pick out 26 of their favorites for the ladies and gents. Check out the full selection here and click ahead to view some of Freshness's and our favorites.
Nike Air Max BW Gen II by Nike Sportswear
Why Freshness Likes It: The Air Max BW Gen II features a number of technical improvements, including a lightweight moisture-managing material for the upper called Torch and a natural motion sole. It's a great sneaker for the gym but looks equally good on the street.
DJ AM Nike Dunk Hi
Why Freshness Likes It: DJ AM's legacy in sneaker culture has been cemented with kicks he designed prior to his death, which will now honor the legendary sneakerhead.
adidas Originals Honey Mid W Fafi
Why Freshness Likes It: Fafi returns with another sneaker collaboration with adidas Originals. Her colorful doodles create a bright print that pops against the white canvas.
Avia Avi-Bolt II
Why We Like It: With a quick-lace system that offers easy on-the-go adjustments, this lightweight men's running shoe is fast, flexible, and ideal for serious runners.
Ryka Assist XT
Why We Like It: Featuring extra support for lateral movements, these extra cushy women's training sneakers are great for cardio classes or a quick spin on the elliptical.